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Bristol’s ‘greenest’ office building gains rare digital connectivity rating

May 25, 2018
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Bristol’s ‘greenest’ office building gains rare digital connectivity rating

One of just a handful of office buildings under construction speculatively in Bristol has been awarded the highest rating for connectivity and digital infrastructure. The Platinum Wired Score rating for Aurora, the 95,000 sq ft ‘Grade A’ building at Finzels Reach, follows national recognition for the building’s environmental credentials. Aurora...

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GVA boosts public sector advisory platform in Bristol with appointment of former RDA director

May 25, 2018
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GVA boosts public sector advisory platform in Bristol with appointment of former RDA director

Former South West Regional Development Agency (RDA) director Ian Thompson has been appointed to the Bristol office of property consultancy GVA as an associate in its UK public sector advisory. Ian, pictured, joins GVA’s from the city office of Cushman & Wakefield where he was also an associate in...

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£100m fund launched by Lloyds Bank to help firms plug into Hinkley Point C supply chain

May 18, 2018
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£100m fund launched by Lloyds Bank to help firms plug into Hinkley Point C supply chain

Lloyds Bank has launched a £100m fund to help small businesses take advantage of supply chain opportunities linked to the construction of Hinkley Point C nuclear power station in Somerset. The fund, which opened today, will help small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) across the UK access discounted lending and...

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Acquistion helps ethical lettings firm Temple Homes build bigger property portfolio

May 18, 2018
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Acquistion helps ethical lettings firm Temple Homes build bigger property portfolio

Bristol ethical lettings and property management company Temple Homes has acquired the portfolio of Ruben Property in a move which brings two young businesspeople together in historic offices. Temple Homes was set up four years ago as an alternative to high street property agencies, with the rights of tenants...

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Hat-trick of architecture awards for pioneering Bristol buildings

May 18, 2018
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Hat-trick of architecture awards for pioneering Bristol buildings

Two iconic modern Bristol buildings and a new social housing scheme in the city have won major architectural awards. Aerospace Bristol, the showpiece aviation museum which opened last October and houses Concorde, landed the highly acclaimed South West Project of the Year accolade at the RICS South West Awards...

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Experienced renewables lawyer joins niche firm Renew Legal to head its property team

May 18, 2018
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Experienced renewables lawyer joins niche firm Renew Legal to head its property team

Renew Legal, the Bristol-based niche practice focused on the renewable energy and energy storage sectors, has appointed Helen Rumford to head its property team. Helen, pictured, joins from the Bristol office of regional firm Thrings, where she worked for four years – the last two as head of renewables....

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Trade Horizons Roadshow rolls into Bristol next month to advise firms on all things Brexit

May 18, 2018
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Trade Horizons Roadshow rolls into Bristol next month to advise firms on all things Brexit

Bristol businesses are to be helped prepare for the challenges and opportunities that Brexit will bring when an Export for Growth roadshow arrives in the city next month. The day-long Trade Horizons event is one of four being staged across the South West by Business West – the region’s...

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Experienced valuer joins Cushman & Wakefield’s Bristol office to head its valuation team

May 17, 2018
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Experienced valuer joins Cushman & Wakefield’s Bristol office to head its valuation team

Global real estate services group Cushman & Wakefield has appointed Anthony Martin as partner to head its Bristol-based valuation team. Anthony, pictured, brings 35 years of experience. He joins from Bruton Knowles’ Gloucester office, where he was head of valuation. Prior to that, he held senior positions at Cluttons’...

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Bristol bosses line up against rivals from across the South West in region’s Director of the Year Awards

May 16, 2018
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Bristol bosses line up against rivals from across the South West in region’s Director of the Year Awards

Three recruitment firm bosses, a university pro vice-chancellor and the founder of a tech business that harnesses under-utilised computer power for financial services and animation clients are among the Bristol directors hoping to win one of the region’s top awards for boardroom excellence. The Institute of Directors (IoD) has...

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New look for TLT’s fast-growing social housing team as partner steps up to lead role

May 16, 2018
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New look for TLT’s fast-growing social housing team as partner steps up to lead role

Partner Linda Convery has been promoted by Bristol-headquartered national law firm TLT to become its new head of social housing. The move comes on the back of several years of significant growth for the team with four new partners including disputes partner Kane Kirkbride, corporate partner David Isaacson, finance...

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Bristol ‘among frontrunners’ to land Channel 4 HQ, research says, as city submits its bid

May 11, 2018
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Bristol ‘among frontrunners’ to land Channel 4 HQ, research says, as city submits its bid

The bid to persuade Channel 4 to open its new headquarters in Bristol was officially submitted today as research revealed the city is a frontrunner in the race. Bristol’s bid is accompanied by a short film and brochure focussing on the city’s diversity and reputation for being unorthodox and...

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‘Bold and dynamic’ 1980s offices at Aztec West awarded Grade II listing

May 11, 2018
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‘Bold and dynamic’ 1980s offices at Aztec West awarded Grade II listing

Bristol’s historic listed structures such as the Cathedral, St Mary Redcliffe and Clifton Suspension Bridge have been joined by a new addition – a 1980s office complex at Aztec West. The offices – numbers 210, 220, 240, 250, 260 and 290 Park Avenue – have been chosen by Historic...

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Bristol aims for green leap forward with £1bn investment in carbon-neutral energy systems

May 11, 2018
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Bristol aims for green leap forward with £1bn investment in carbon-neutral energy systems

Potential partners are being sought from across the world to help Bristol reach the goal of being carbon neutral by 2050. Bristol City Council is looking to attract investment of up to £1bn in the city’s energy infrastructure over the next decade. The council’s prospectus for the project, called...

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